Definition of Pedunculata. Meaning of Pedunculata. Synonyms of Pedunculata

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Definition of Pedunculata

Pedunculata
Pedunculata Pe*dun`cu*la"ta, n. pl. [NL. See Peduncle.] (Zo["o]l.) A division of Cirripedia, including the stalked or goose barnacles.

Meaning of Pedunculata from wikipedia

- Goose barnacles (order Pedunculata), also called stalked barnacles or gooseneck barnacles, are filter-feeding crustaceans that live attached to hard surfaces...
- Lavandula pedunculata, commonly called French lavender, is a species of flowering plant in the family Lamiaceae. It is known for its butterfly-like, narrow...
- A. pedunculata may refer to: Azorella pedunculata, a member of the genus Azorella Acronychia pedunculata, a large shrub or small tree found in Asian tropical...
- P. pedunculata may refer to: Petrophile pedunculata, conesticks, a flowering plant species Pultenaea pedunculata, the matted bush-pea, a flowering plant...
- Lobelia pedunculata, commonly known as matted pratia, trailing pratia or blue star creeper is a perennial herb from Australia. It has sky-blue starry...
- pedunculata is a tree in the family ****aceae. The specific epithet pedunculata is from the Latin meaning "having a peduncle". Castanopsis pedunculata...
- Ruellia pedunculata, the stalked wild petunia, is a wild petunia with blue or violet flowers that appear in the spring. Its leaves are light green. This...
- Viola pedunculata, the California golden violet, Johnny jump up, or yellow pansy, is a perennial yellow wildflower of the coast and coastal ranges in...
- Nephrotoma pedunculata is a species of large crane fly in the family Tipulidae. "Nephrotoma pedunculata Report". Integrated Taxonomic Information System...
- Nemophila pedunculata is a common annual wildflower found throughout western North America. Its common names include littlefoot nemophila and meadow nemophila...
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